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Where does instruction take place?
We have locations near Times Square as well as on Park Ave. South, and also provide on-site instruction at high schools and colleges throughout the NYC metro area.

When can I get started?
Classes begin approximately every 5 weeks, and private instruction can be started anytime.

What time slots are available?
Classes are usually held on weekday evenings. For private instruction, mornings, afternoons, evenings, and weekends are available.

How many hours of instruction will I need?
Our classes include 25 hours of instruction, more than any of our competitors offer. They rely on online workshops to cover the test material, but we feel it’s easier for students to learn everything from a live instructor. For private instruction, the number of hours depends on several factors, such as your current aptitude, the score that you’re trying to get, and whether you need assistance with only one section of the test or all of them.

Can I request a specific instructor?
All of our instructors are the best in the industry, but we make every effort to accommodate specific requests.

Should I choose a class or private instruction?
For most students, the ideal way to prepare is to first take a class. Students then have the option of following it with private instruction to work on specific areas in which they need more assistance. If a student is advanced, already took a class, or is in a time crunch, private instruction is recommended from the start.

What will be covered?
All of the material and test-taking mechanics that are necessary to ace the SAT/ACT are covered in class. Private instruction has tremendous flexibility; emphasis can be placed on specific areas, the entire test, or anything in between.

What course materials are used?
We select our text-based and online materials from leading sources for the best possible instruction.

I just wanted to take a moment to express my utmost gratitude to you for helping me on my journey to make my college acceptance a reality. This weekend I was notified that I was selected with twenty-nine others out of three-thousand applicants into my top choice of Baccalaureate Nursing programs. Thank you so much for all of your assistance with my SAT Prep; I could not have done it without you. Have a wonderful weekend.


Patty won for president!!! I forgot to tell you!!! You have given Patty such amazing inspiration!! We look forward to you working with Seanie for ACT and SAT!! Never stops!!! I will keep you updated on ISEE results!!!Have a great weekend!


I hope you are doing well and your summer has been good.I don't think I ever got around to letting you know that I did receive my scores from the AP test and fared well. I ended up receiving a 4 on the Physics, a passing grade and a grade which Tulane will give me 8 credits for, and a 3 on BC (with a 4 on the AB subsection). The BC test was probably, if not definitely, the most difficult test I've taken, so getting a 3 surpassed my expectations. I might even get credit for the BC test, placing out of an introductory calc class.Thank you for your help and assistance. It really made a difference. While I'm not sure if I will take physics or math at Tulane (I hope I do get a chance), I hope to solve a problem here or there to stay familiar with the material.


Hope you're well. I've actually been meaning to email you for some time now. I received the scores from my SAT in October a couple of days ago, and with my SAT experience finally over I just wanted to thank you for your guidance and expertise over the course of last year. In the end I finished with an 800 in Critical Reading, a 780 in Writing, and a 580 in Math. Thank you so much for your help, and especially the additional sessions you so generously offered me free of cost. I really appreciate all the time and effort you put into making sure I achieved my full potential on the SATs. You have been a tremendous help over the course of this experience, and I am deeply appreciative of it. Thank you so much once again.

Avidan G.